Two New Workboats for Orkney Organic Sites

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland has taken delivery of two identical workboats – the Naomi D and the Ella May – which have arrived in Orkney and will support the company’s organic seawater sites at Cava in Scapa Flow, and Stronsay. The vessels are identical and were designed and constructed by Nauplius Workboats in Groningen in the Netherlands. Both are equipped with …

Senior Appointment for Northeast Nutrition Scotland

Northeast Nutrition Scotland is pleased to announce that Gavin Ross has been appointed as Plant Manager at Invergordon Feed Mill. “We are delighted to recruit someone of Gavin’s calibre and experience to Northeast Nutrition Scotland” said Chris Bryden, General Manager at Invergordon Feed Mill. “Gavin comes with a strong background in manufacturing operations. His change management and continuous improvement capabilities …

Northeast Nutrition Scotland Restarts Production at Invergordon Feed Mill

Production at a previously closed fish feed mill in Invergordon has restarted. In November 2018 previous owners Skretting announced plans to cease UK manufacturing activities, and closed the Invergordon facility at the end of April 2019. Canadian family-owned company Cooke Inc. acquired the Invergordon site in September 2019 and through its subsidiary Northeast Nutrition Scotland, has worked closely with former …

First Fish for Orkney’s Newest Salmon Farm

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland, one of the largest producers of Scottish salmon and the leading organic salmon company, has successfully transferred the first organic salmon smolts to its new Mill Bay site off the island of Stronsay in Orkney. The salmon will be farmed to RSPCA and Soil Association organic standards. In February the company announced the creation of five permanent, …